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The Supernova watch by Sarpaneva Watches is handmade of hardened stainless steel, and proudly displays its intricate innards for all to see. Wear this hunk of postindustrial precision on your wrist, and demonstrate to the rest of the world what a true gadget really is.

Now you can show all those me-too dweebs who keep reaching in their pockets to check the time on their cellphones how different you are from them, wearing a watch that only has nine others even vaguely like it in the world.


Finnish watchmaker Stepan Sarpaneva only made 10 of them with his bare hands, but you'll pay dearly for the privilege of wearing one: €12,500, or around $16,648. Heck, it's cheaper than a solid gold Rolex.

Sarpaneva Supernova [Watching Horology]